Competitions and Initiatives
Besides our own range of offerings, we support initiatives that allow adolescents to pit their talents against each other. Dating back to 2005, our commitment in this area is continuously expanded.
Jugend forscht – Schüler experimentieren
(a student science competition)
We have promoted local competitions and their
organizations for years. We provide required materials
help with design, testing and scientific
addition, we support anyone with
a good idea by providing
Management Information Game (MIG)
We regularly host the corporate planning game MIG at
ROYOUTH Center. Participants are specifically
to the varied and complex interactions
and the economy as a whole. In
addition, we also act as
specialists for the MIG.
FIRST® LEGO® League
Through the construction and programming of LEGO®
robots, this program introduces young people to science
and technology. We support the regional competition, in
which students are judged in four categories: Robot Design,
Research Project, Teamwork and Robot Game.
3malE School Competition
This competition focuses on energy. We support teams
students who take part in this competition and wish to
develop and submit creative projects on the topics of
climate and environmental protection, efficient energy use,
or ecological nutrition.
Formula 1 in Schools
This technology competition is about racing a miniature
racing car against other teams. ROYOUTH offers
students support and the opportunity to draw and
develop their racing car at the ROYOUTH Center. In
addition, participants must prepare a team box, a
portfolio and a presentation.
(school break pass campaign)
We take part in the city’s school break pass campaign
and contribute various activities from our portfolio.
the summer and fall breaks, young people can
take part in
exciting days of experimentation and facility
organized by us.
The aim of this one-week workshop is to get students
interested in mathematics, IT, natural sciences and
technology (MINT). We support the University of
Osnabrück and regional secondary schools in conducting
workshops. Each workshop contains theoretical units
and practical exercises.